our mowing contractor has been notified, so hopefully this won’t happen in the future.
Roy Bayzaee, the Bahai Facility Manager, wrote:
It is ok for those days only, as long as they let us know ahead of time and park facing Cardinal Glen Circle…
…the Center will not be responsible for any damages, accident or theft during those days while they are utilizing our parking lot during the operation and after hours
Thank you, Roy!
barb says all the low branches in the front common ground should b pruned, otherwise the mowers will continue to break them:
that would also eliminate secluded areas, a safety issue. otoh, it would also open sightlines to route 7, increasing noise for the first line of houses…what do you think? please take our poll:
Our district supervisor Koran Saines informs us that the Gwen Thompson Briar Patch Park will be closed for up to four months starting on Tuesday October 9. Given the extent of the project, County staff determined it would be better to complete it all at once, necessitating the closure.
The extensive construction project includes milling and resurfacing tennis and basketball courts, trails and the parking lot, replacing a retaining wall and fencing, replacing a playground and surrounding surfaces, repairing drainage areas and enhancing access areas. These changes will complete work that began a couple years ago to update the park. At the end of this project the park will be better and more enjoyable for Sterling children and families.